44th Annual MCCC Public Safety Awards Luncheon

Date: 
March 16, 2018 - 11:00am - 2:00pm
Location: 

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and County Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road - North Bethesda, MD 20852

 

 


Highlights from the 44th Annual Public Safety Awards

  • Leon Harris and Eun Yang, News Anchors, NBC4 Washington, DC expertly emceed the valor awards portion of the event which recognized individuals involved in heroic acts in 2017. See the details in the press release and program book.
  • The Honorable Isiah "Ike" Leggett gratefully received the MCCC Public Safety Champion of the Year Award Presented by David Trone, Founder & Owner, Total Wine & More, guests enjoyed a video tribute. See the video here
  • Suburban Hospital Level II Trauma Center received the MCCC Public Safety Corporate Vital Link Award which was accepted by Dr. Dany Westerband. The award was presented by David Hagadon, Regional Vice President, Maryland Commercial Banking, TD Bank
  • Regional Public Safety Agencies* that helped the MCPD solve the Disappearance Case of the Lyon Sisters received the MCCC Public Safety Government Partner of the Year Award Presented by Bruce Fryer, Strategic Projects Sales Manager, Motorola Solutions;
  • Montgomery County Police Department detectives received a Unit Citation;

Federal Bureau of Investigation – Baltimore Field Office

Virginia State Police

Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Bedford County, Virginia

Prince William County Police Department, Prince William County, Virginia

The Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, Bedford County, Virginia

The Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, Prince William County, Virginia

 

To see photos from the event, click here and be sure to search #MCCCPSA for the social media activity!

For more photos from RVFD Photographer Ed Tenney, click here.

 

Congratulatory Letter


 

 

Public Safety Scholarship Fund

The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation (MCCCF) supports the Public Safety Scholarship Fund at Montgomery College to fund the studies of students who are children of current or past Montgomery County public safety professionals or who are studying to pursue a career in public safety.

The Public Safety Scholarship at Montgomery College is your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students and families who are giving their lives to the safety of our community.

For more information and to donate, visit www.mcccmd.com/foundation

 

 

Presentations: 


MCCC Strategic Partners